When i push in the clutch tostart the car it sticks to the floor and won't come back unless i pull it up.and it starts but when i try to put in gear it won't go in..i have to put the car in gear and then start the car and while im driving sometimes it will go in gear...i changed the slave and master but still nothing
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Re: 1993 nissan 240sx clutch problems
Did you bleed the system fully after changing the cylinders? Those are the two main components that cause such problems. If you bled the system out, and it still has the problem, then you most likely have a ruptured line somewhere that is allowing air into the system.
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Ok it looks like there is no problem with the clutch or tranmission. You problem is that the clutch pedal is stiff and sticking to the floor. This sometimes happens when vehicles sit for extended periods of time. It might free up by working back and forth by hand. Have the vehicle off and the parking brake applied and push the clutch pedal up and down with your hand, It might stick to the floor and you may have to pull it off the floor a few times. You can also get some spray lubricant from your local canadian tire or auto parts store. open the hood and have someone move the clutch pedal up and down and spray the moving parts. It might take a few times to free up the stiff linkage but it will work :)
The cable may need to be replaced or adjusted. Or if it is a hydraulic clutch check the master and slave cylinders for leaks or defects. If you have a cable clutch you will see the cable on the drivers side firewall and you can follow it down to the fork at the transmission.
Check if the slave cylinder is being activated by the operation of the master cylinder (also ensure no fluid leaks are present).
If slave cylinder not moved, you still have a faulty master cylinder or slave cylinder - or the hydraulic system still has air.
If the slave cylinder is operating normally and there is still no return pressure from the clutch pressure plate, you have a faulty pressure plate or throughout lever mechanism.
HI, Yeah have the voltage to the compressor checked!..By turning on the A/C when hot (and not working),Add a test wire
to the 12v output of the A/C relay, to "boost" the 12v amps/voltage
going to the compressor clutch. As soon as the test wire touches a
strong 12v source, the clutch immediately kicks in. Remember that 12v
already existed on that wire, but a stronger 12v source helped give the clutch the extra kick it needs. Thank you!!..Hope this helps you out buddy!!.. :)